Exercises to Help with Snoring

Exercises to Help with Snoring

Nearly 45% of adults snore occasionally and an estimated 25% snore on a regular basis. Not only can snoring disrupt your partner’s sleep, but it also reduces the quality of your sleep. This can contribute to or exacerbate sleep disorders, cause people to sleep in...
All About Deviated Septums

All About Deviated Septums

The nasal septum is the thin wall that separates the two nostrils, helping construct the nose. Made of bone and cartilage, the nasal septum separates the left and right airways which is important for effective airflow. Optimally, the septum is centered which means the...
How Hearing Aids Can Change Your Life

How Hearing Aids Can Change Your Life

Hearing aids are technologically advanced instruments that transform hearing health. Designed to provide support with absorbing and process sound, hearing aids maximize a person’s hearing capacity. Not only does this result in better hearing but countless benefits...
COVID-19 – Notice to Our Patients

COVID-19 – Notice to Our Patients

Ear Nose & Throat Consultants wants all patients to know we are taking every measure to continue to keep you safe and healthy. The health and well-being of our patients and our employees is our top priority. To better protect you from COVID-19 we are requiring all...
A Link Between Alcohol & Sleep Issues

A Link Between Alcohol & Sleep Issues

People are often familiar with the impact of alcohol on their sleep: disrupted sleep, waking up early, not as restful etc. Higher intake of alcohol is linked to a reduced quality of sleep which can produce or worsen sleep issues. Alcohol is categorized as a central...
Why Does My Nose Run When I Exercise?

Why Does My Nose Run When I Exercise?

If you exercise outdoors, you have likely noticed that it is easy and common to experience a runny nose. This occurs when the walls in the nose are inflamed and this swelling of the mucus membrane causes symptoms that include: runny nose, congestion, and watery eyes....
What Causes Tension Headaches?

What Causes Tension Headaches?

There are different types of headaches that are commonly experienced: sinus, cluster, migraine, and tension. According to the World Health Organization, nearly half of the adult population globally experiences at least one headache per year. Different types are...
Understanding Exercise-Induced Rhinitis

Understanding Exercise-Induced Rhinitis

Exercise can lead to experiencing rhinitis symptoms. Rhinitis refers to the swelling of the mucous membrane that lines the nose. This inflammation creates various symptoms including: sneezing, runny nose, itchy and watery eyes, congestion etc. There are different...